Wednesday, September 19, 2018

Kylie Padilla is a ‘breastfeeding mama’

By: - Entertainment Correspondent
/ 08:05 PM September 09, 2017

Kylie Padilla and Baby Alas via Padilla’s Instagram

First-time mom Kylie Padilla is a proud breastfeeding mama.

Her life as a new mother is a journey of highs and lows. Just like any other mom, she wants to give the best to her baby and breastfeeding is something she enjoys doing with her Baby Alas.


In a recent Instagram post, the actress shared her and Baby Alas’ experience at doing the ultimate bonding of a mother and her child.

Her caption reads, “Yes, I am a breastfeeding mama 💕 Alas and I have our own share of struggles with breastfeeding. We have had troubles with latching on both sides. It’s hard to watch him get frustrated when he cannot latch during our AM feeds but we are slowly learning and working through it, since I really want us to reap all the benefits of breastfeeding. Not to mention the high that it gives both of us.”

Padilla gave birth to Baby Alas last month. She initially prepared for water birth but ended up delivering her eldest via medicated vaginal birth.

The start of the year was not too rewarding for Padilla and her fiance Aljur Abrenica. Rumors of her pregnancy came out causing widespread social media attack on the two. Way before admitting her condition, Padilla had already been engaged to Abrenica. /ra



LOOK: Kylie Padilla gives birth to baby boy, shares post-delivery photos

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